Craft Talk: Words, Words, Words by Barbara Morrison

B.Morrison-20We are all wordsmiths. Whether we’re writing fiction, nonfiction or poetry, we strive to find just the right word. In this workshop, we will look at the etymology, sound, meanings, and associations of a number of words using excerpts from multiple genres. Then we will look at some pieces and discuss the best word to fill each gap. These pieces will be provided, but participants are also encouraged to bring their own work. The workshop will be followed by an open mic.

Barbara Morrison, who writes under the name B. Morrison, is the author of a memoir, Innocent: Confessions of a Welfare Mother, and two poetry collections, Terrarium and Here at Least. Barbara’s award-winning work has been published in anthologies and magazines. She conducts writing workshops and is the owner of a small press. She has maintained her Monday Morning Books blog since 2006 and tweets regularly about poetry @bmorrison9. For more information, visit her website and blog at www.bmorrison.com.

Presented by the Maryland Writers Association Baltimore 

6:30 to 8:30 pm, Monday, October 26, 2015

 George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology 938 York Road, Towson, MD 21204

Directions for the Carver Centetr: YOU MAY ENTER FROM THE YORK ROAD ENTRANCE; however,  if you go via Bosley to KENILWORTH …go past the Baltimore County Correctional Facility….Enter Carver using the Kenilworth Entrance…Park in front of the building. The walk to the BLDG. is short via the Kenilworth entrance… MWAB members will be there before 6:30 and guide you to Room 1036. The walk to the building is very short if you take the Kenilworth entrance

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